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J.J. Redick | Guard | #17

Team: Philadelphia 76ers
Age / DOB:  (33) / 6/24/1984
Ht / Wt:  6'4' / 190
College: Duke
Drafted: 2006 / Rd. 1 (11) / ORL
Contract: view contract details

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J.J. Redick said he initially planned on signing with the Rockets, but Houston amended their offer from four years to three.
According to Redick, he thought he was on his way to Houston. "The day before free agency, I thought it was a four-year deal. Chris Paul and I talked for about 30 minutes the night before free agency started," said Redick. "I wanted to go there." As we know, Redick eventually inked a one-year, $23 million deal with the Sixers. Redick should be more an offensive focus in Philly than he would have been with the Rockets. Aug 5 - 12:49 PM

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J.J. Redick said that he hopes to finish his career with the 76ers.

"My hope is that this is a long-term thing and that I'm here three or four years and can finish my career as a Sixer," Redick said. "I really believe this is a team that over the next three or four years will become the best team in the East. I hope I'm sort of part of that rise just beyond this year because I think we can be a playoff team and I think in the next two or three years we can contend for conference championships and hopefully at some point NBA championships." Trust the process.
Source: CSN Philly
Jul 12 - 1:33 PM

J.J. Redick has agreed to a one-year, $23 million deal with the 76ers, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of

Just as this news hit, Redick tweeted "Trust the process," so he is excited about his new team. Redick also said Philly is where he wants to be. It's a win-win for both parties because the 76ers get a short-term deal, so they'll have more cap space when it's time to pay players like Joel Embiid next year, and obviously $23 million is way above market value on Redick for a season. The 76ers have been dying for a floor spacer and they pulled in one of the best ones out there. He'll have an excellent chance to start and could be a late-round target.
Jul 1 - 4:11 PM

J.J. Redick is not expected to return to the Clippers, and the Nets are interested in signing him, according to Adrian Wojnarowski on ESPN2.

Woj also brought up a slew of good points in his TV interview. The report said the 76ers want to get Redick on a big one-year deal, and also the Wolves are in on Redick. He said the Nets are likely trying to keep the years down on a Redick deal, and also the Nets would likely bring him off the bench in order to start D'Angelo Russell and Jeremy Lin in the backcourt. The 76ers, Rockets and Nets look to be the favorites to pick up one of the NBA's best shooters.
Jul 1 - 12:36 AM

Free agent shooting guard J.J. Redick will meet with the 76ers, reports Adrian Wojnarowski.

The Wolves could really use a shooter like Redick, but he'd also be a nice get for the up-and-coming Sixers. He's averaged at least 15 points in five straight seasons, averaging 15.0 points and 2.6 3-pointers for the Clippers last season.
Jul 1 - 12:19 AM

The Wolves are also interested in J.J. Redick, according to the AP's Jon Krawczynski.

So far we've heard the Rockes, Nets and Sixers linked to Redick, so Minnesota would represent a fourth team entering the mix. It sure would make a whole lot more sense for the Wolves to prioritize the point guard position, and given all the smoke that's come from that flame today, we're not clinging too tightly to this one.
Jun 30 - 8:29 PM

J.J. Redick is interested in joining the Rockets "if finances can work," according to Brad Turner of the Los Angeles Times.

The report adds Redick is still looking at joining the 76ers or Nets for around $16-18 million per season. Obviously the Rockets would love to have Redick on their roster for his experience with Chris Paul and tremendous shooting, but they just won't have the cap space to match what the 76ers or Nets could do. He's very likely to be on a different team in the next week or so.
Jun 30 - 3:44 PM

The Sixers are expected to make a "hard push" at free agent J.J. Redick, according to Kevin O'Connor of The Ringer.

Back in May, Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical also reported that Philadelphia would be interested in pursuing Redick. The fit makes sense. The Sixers need to add consistent outside shooting and veteran leadership. Redick is a respected vet who has been one of the league's most lethal 3-point specialists since arriving in the NBA. Philly has more than $30 million lavish on free agents this summer, and Redick could end up receiving a healthy chunk of their cap space.
Source: The Ringer
Jun 27 - 1:32 PM

The Nets are expected to pursue free agent sharpshooter J.J. Redick according to Brian Lewis of the New York Post.

Lewis adds that Redick owns an apartment in Brooklyn and has been working out with Jeremy Lin. Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical said back in May that the 76ers are the favorites to sign Redick, but it's worth noting that the Nets have a ton of cap space to make a competitive offer as well. Redick could command $18-$20 million per season based on previous reports, so it seems like a near lock that he won't return to Los Angeles.
Jun 26 - 12:12 PM

Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical said that the 76ers appear to be the favorites to sign J.J. Redick.

A return to the Clippers seems unlikely, as they won't have much financial flexibility if they re-sign Chris Paul and Blake Griffin to max deals. Redick is seeking $18-$20 million per season according to recent reports, and Philly has more than enough cap space to make that happen. Redick will be 33 in June, but he's coming off another strong season with averages of 15.0 points, 2.2 rebounds, 1.4 assists, 0.7 steals and 2.6 triples on 44.5 percent shooting. Wojnarowski added that the Nets and Knicks are also interested in the veteran SG.
May 18 - 12:36 PM

J.J. Redick could get a deal from another team for $18-$20 million per season according to the Los Angeles Times.

Several outlets are reporting that the Clippers are determined to re-sign both Chris Paul and Blake Griffin to max deals, so there won't be any room left for Redick if that's the case. Even though he faded in Games 6 and 7 of the playoffs, Redick had a strong regular season with averages of 15.0 points, 2.2 rebounds, 1.4 assists, 0.7 steals and 2.6 triples on 44.5 percent shooting. He will be 33 years old in June, but Redick appears to have a lot of gas left in the tank.
May 1 - 12:04 PM

J.J. Redick attempted just five shots through 22 minutes of play during Sunday's Game 7 loss, making one of them and finishing with one 3-pointer, two rebounds and one turnover.

Redick attempted just three shots through the first three quarters, and had just two attempts through the fourth quarter of action, so his no-show performance couldn't have come at a worse time for Los Angeles. That being said, he’s going to be an unrestricted free agent this offseason, and as one of the elite 3-point bombers in the league, he should have no shortage of suitors. Chris Paul and Blake Griffin's free agency will likely dictate what Redick decides to do this summer.
Apr 30 - 6:34 PM

J.J. Redick scored 26 points in Tuesday's 96-92 Game 5 loss to the Jazz.

Redick scored 14 of his 26 points in the fourth quarter, finishing 7-of-12 from the field with three rebounds, one assist and three triples in 34 minutes. Redick played a whopping 42 minutes in his previous outing and it's clear that he's going to get a nice bump with Blake Griffin (toe) out for the playoffs. The return of Austin Rivers (hamstring) shouldn't really hurt him either because the Clippers played a ton of small ball tonight.
Apr 26 - 1:36 AM

J.J. Redick played a game-high 42 minutes during Sunday's Game 4 loss, but he finished with just 12 points, two 3-pointers, four turnovers and no other stats to his credit.

Redick's owners know that he doesn't provide more than scoring and 3-pointers, but even his 4-of-4 free throws tonight were tainted by a 3-of-11 mark from the field. The fact that his dozen points tonight marked a playoff-high is another cause for concern. Utah's defense has shut him down through four games, and the Clippers really need him to heat up as a tertiary offensive weapon.
Apr 24 - 12:12 AM

The Clippers would like to get J.J. Redick more open looks in Game 3 vs. the Jazz.

Redick has attempted a total of just 13 shots from the field over the first two games of the series. Coach Doc Rivers and the Clipper players praised Redick for his unselfishness and noted that he creates space and provides scoring opportunities for his teammates even when he is not shooting. However, ideally, they want to find ways to get their best shooter more looks at the basket.
Apr 21 - 10:16 AM

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All Positions
PG1Markelle Fultz
2T.J. McConnell
3Jerryd Bayless
SG1J.J. Redick
2Timothe Luwawu
3Nik Stauskas
SF1Robert Covington
2Justin Anderson
3Furkan Korkmaz
PF1Ben Simmons
2Dario Saric
3Amir Johnson
4James Michael McAdoo
C1Joel Embiid
2Richaun Holmes
3Jahlil Okafor